From Conway Police Departments reports

Homeless woman arrested at Walmart

Authorities escorted a homeless woman out of Walmart for trespassing at the store on Sunday.

According to an incident report, Conway officers were called out around 3:15 p.m. Sunday to the Walmart on Skyline Drive after an employee reported a woman who had previously been banned from the store was on the premises.

The employee said the woman in question "had been a repeated problem since she received a criminal trespass charge last year."

When officers confronted the 39-year-old homeless woman, she said she knew she wasn't supposed to be at the store.

"I know I am not supposed to be here, but I had I had to use the bathroom," she reportedly said to authorities.

The woman was ultimately escorted from the store and arrested for trespassing.

Man suspected of walking along busy street while intoxicated

A 59-year-old man was arrested Monday afternoon on suspicion of public intoxication after allegedly stumbling onto a busy street.

According to an incident report, authorities were notified around 2:15 p.m. Monday of a suspicious black man who was stumbling into traffic as he walked along Harkrider Street.

When officers located the man, he was crossing Harkrider Street headed toward Walnut Street. According to one of the officers' report, the man appeared to be unsteady on his feet.

Once officers were closer to the 59-year-old suspect, they noticed he smelled strongly of alcohol and had red, bloodshot eyes.

According to the incident report, the suspect mumbled as he spoke with officers. The report also states the man slurred his words as he spoke with officers.

Because the man was reportedly stumbling along as he walked along a busy street, the officers decided to arrest him on suspicion of public intoxication.

"Upon further observation, I felt [the suspect], due to his level of impairment from intoxicants, [that] he was likely to endanger himself or another person," one officer wrote in his report. "[The suspect] was walking in traffic on a busy road, a civilian driver called earlier and advised dispatch that he was walking in the street stumbling. Due to the circumstances, I placed [the suspect] under arrest and transported him to Unit 2 for detox."

Child abuse case filed against local CNA

A Department of Human Services worker called authorities Monday to report a child being left out in a vehicle.

According to an incident report, Conway officers were called out around 1 p.m. Monday to the DHS office regarding a woman who had left her 2-year-old child out in her car while she was inside.

The worker who notified authorities was reportedly alerted by another employee that "there was a small child in the backseat of a car, with the doors locked."

When workers asked individuals at the department if they owned a gray Honda accord, one woman asked why they were looking for the owner of the vehicle. Before workers could speak with the woman in question, she reportedly left the building.

According to the incident report the woman in question is reportedly a certified nursing assistant (CNA) who lives in Conway and works in Maumelle.

According to the report, the responding officer told staff workers how they could file charges against the woman in question before leaving the scene. Staff workers also told the responding officer before he left that they planned to contact the child abuse hotline regarding this incident.